BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff writer email@example.com While students often get the chance to explore research within the classroom, the Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) offers the opportunity for students to expand their research outside of their courses. This year’s conference took place Friday April 12 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The conference showcased
By: JOHN SLOTT Staff Writer Senior Libby Elmore has learned a lot serving as the editor-in-chief of IU South Bend’s undergraduate research journal New Views on Gender. “My favorite part is probably the actual editing of things. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would and found that it greatly improved my writing,” Elmore said.
By: RACHAEL PITTMAN Staff Writer @ralypitt While the conference had four undergraduate journals this year, there was also a graduate journal of interdisciplinary projects from graduate students, the IU South Bend Graduate Research Journal. Co-editors Stephanie Foreman and Brandi David had been working since the July to get this project started. This is only the
By: DAVID PALMER Staff Writer In college, more exposure is always a good thing, and that is no secret at the IU South Bend Undergraduate Research Conference (URC). With an emphasis on highlighting the academic accomplishments of IU South Bend students the conference “showcase[s] the vitality of student scholarship on campus and encourage its future
By: KATIE BLILEY Staff Writer Nyaradzo Caroline Mantiziba is the editor of the Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ), but adding the title of editor to her name is just one more accomplishment. Mantiziba is also the treasurer for the International Student Organization, working towards her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, and the award winner of
By: JOHN SLOTT Staff Writer Jason Rose has yet to decide which graduate school he will attend next year, but spending his last year at IU South Bend as the editor-in-chief of the Undergraduate Research Journal of History has helped to prepare him for the next step. Rose learned a lot during the previous year doing his own
By: LATORIA LAND Staff Writer lnland@IUSB.edu The undergraduate research conference is an exciting time for students, and faculty alike. The event provides students with the platform to showcase their work and abilities. Every year undergraduates and graduates are afforded the opportunity to submit publications to participating publishers such as, IU South Bend Undergraduate Research Journal,